Get ready to say, “SO CUTE!” like 500 times because we’ve rounded up some of the chicest ethical gifts for your favorite no-plans-doesn’t-mean-I’m-free friends that you can give in 2022.
By: Lisa Fennessy
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TNK Nonprofit Pick
I like to start these gift guides off with a charity or nonprofit that could use your support this holiday season (and all year round, TBH). A tuition-free private school for children experiencing homelessness, the Boyce L. Ansley School in Atlanta deserves that support. I first heard about this school from a friend of mine, and its mission to decrease the opportunity gap for kids experiencing homelessness struck a chord. This school provides a stable, safe space for children to learn, helping them stay on track and keep up with reading and math skills, despite their circumstances.
The nonprofit private school is free for students to attend, as the school provides uniforms, books, school supplies and more for enrolled children. The goal of the school is eventually to offer PreK through 8th grade, and your donation will help them get there.
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Sustainable Home Gifts Under $50
- Osea Vagus Nerve Pillow Mist ($32). Use code NEWKNEW for 10% off
- Coyuchi Air Weight Towels ($8-188).
- My Kitsch Satin Heatless Curling Set ($18).
- Prima Bath Gem ($48 for 4 pack). Use code NEWKNEW to save 20%.
- Fine & Raw Truffle Classic Gift Set ($28).
- Live Botanical Morning Meadow Black Tea ($12). Use code NEWKNEW to save.
- Small Pottery Bowl ($31.50).
- Super Cocoa ($40).
- Whirleypop Popcorn Maker with Organic Popping Kit ($37).
- Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home: A Sourcebook for Stylish, Eco-Conscious Living ($40).
- Sonora Mini Cactus Collection ($50).
- Osmia Winter Soaps ($18).
- Wellset Digital Holistic Studio Streaming Classes for Wellbeing ($20/month).
- Book of the Month Club ($49.99 for a 3 month subscription).
- Lucite Cookbook Holder ($44).
Sustainable Home Gifts Over $50
- Vitruvi Move Cordless Diffuser in Gold ($182).
- Caraway Whistling Tea Kettle ($245).
- Speckled Stoneware Mug Set ($70).
- Coyuchi Organic Crinkled Percale Sheets ($38-258).
- Force of Nature Super Saver Bundle ($125). Use code THENEWKNEW for 40% off bundles, including the Super Saver Bundle, through Dec. 14, 2022.
- Storyworth ($99).
- Cozy Earth Sweatshirt ($120) & Joggers ($155).
- Found Vintage Wood Cutting Board ($149-249).
- Josh Rosebrook Full Body Set ($99).
- Unisex Wool Slipper with Leather Sole ($74).
- Om Lime + Clary Sage Silky Hand & Body Wash ($18) & Om Lime & Clary Sage Hydrating Hand & Body Lotion ($22).
- Osmia Colorado Candle ($65).
- Kana Classic Dutch Oven ($145).
- Dry Farm Wines Holiday Gift Sampler Box ($216).
- Spanish Wine Glasses ($70).
TNK Top Home Pick
Force of Nature Super Saver Bundle
Force of Nature makes a fantastic gift. How do I know? Well, I’ve gifted it to my mom and my sister and myself twice over. It’s really one of those life-changing products. This is a cleaning solution-making kit that you buy once—and then refills are less than $1 each. You add a premade vial of salt, water and vinegar to water and turn on the kit. Then the kit uses electrolyzed water to make a powerful disinfectant and deodorizer that kills up to 99.9% of germs including Salmonella, Norovirus, Listeria, STAPH, MRSA, Pseudomonas & Influenza A. It’s even on the EPA’s list of disinfectants for use against SARA-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. Check out their Super Saver Bundle ($109) that comes with everything you need to make 50 bottles of Force of Nature multi-purpose cleaner, deodorizer and EPA registered disinfectant, plus 9 super absorbent reusable cleaning cloths that together replace 25 rolls of paper towels.
Save: Use code THENEWKNEW for 40% off bundles, including the Super Saver Bundle, through Dec. 14, 2022.
What’s catching your eye this year?
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